Snider added to an already impressive list of victories this season with a 3-0 sweep at Homestead on Tuesday night.
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Carroll, who played in the 4A state title match last season, topped Columbia City 3-1 Monday night to head local volleyball action.
With conference play beginning in earnest for many local conferences this Friday night The News-Sentinel’s Justin Kenny and WANE-TV’s Glenn Marini project how the conferences will stack up by the end of the season in this week’s edition of “Inside The Zone.”
Justin Baeten scored the first goal of the game in the second half. Cal Caudill added a goal on a penalty kick.
It was an offensive shootout at Fisher Field as 4A no. 17 East Noble bested Warsaw 47-42 behind a huge night in the passing game. East Noble quarterback Andrew McCormick was 31-for-42 for 452 yards and six touchdowns while adding 89 yards rushing and another TD.
WANE-TV made the drive to Cass county on Friday and it was worth the trip as Churubusco bested Cass 18-12 in overtime.
Bob Worthman Stadium saw South Adams top 3A no. 25 Bellmont 10-7 in a county rivalry game on Friday night.
Snider’s defense was the darling of Week 2 of the Highlight Zone with the Panthers putting a pounding on Carroll 41-7 in our Highlight Zone “Game of the Week.”
5A no. 1 Snider topped Carroll 41-7 in the Highlight Zone “Game of the Week” while Homestead edged Concordia as a last-second field goal glanced off the crossbar in an action-packed week two.
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Kokomo was set to play Hamilton Heights Friday night at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. But players and coaches from both teams will volunteer to help clean up tornado damage.
2A no. 16 Carroll topped 1A no. 2 Canterbury 3-0 on Thursday night as the Chargers won their fifth match in a row.
You’d be hard pressed to find two teams that got off to a better start in 2016 than the Snider Panthers and the Carroll Chargers.
This year the Vikings spent $5,400 installing Riddell’s InSite Impact Response System into 36 of their helmets.
Every Wednesday at 6 p.m. WANE-TV will take you behind the scenes like no one else as we mic up an area head coach.
The Jets will now travel to Lapel on Friday, Sept. 2 instead of heading to Broad Ripple.
Russ Isaacs made his named as a Hall of Fame football coach at Snider. Now, he’s heading over to North Side to help out as the school’s interim athletic director.